Significant MCS healing with FasterEFT

by | Sep 23, 2013 | Featured, Recovery Stories | 0 comments

FasterEFT "karate chop" pointBernieB joined Planet Thrive in May 2013 after a Google search for MCS recovery stories. She found a glimmer of hope after reading Planet Thrive member T’Can’s provocative blog post “I believe MCS was a form of PTSD, at least for me,” which resonated strongly for her. Soon after setting up her Planet Thrive membership, BernieB contacted T-Can so that she could learn FasterEFT from him directly. Since recovering himself from MCS, T-Can now coaches others using various EFT tapping techniques. Well, their partnership was a total success. Over the summer, BernieB experienced significant healing:

I have heard of all the dangers of meeting people online and have had many discussions with our son about this. I was kind of freaking out to make real live contact and with a man no less. T-Can must be just laughing and everyone else who knows him, as I have found him to be a kind, caring, and generous gentleman. Well T-Can took me on as a client and I will be forever grateful to him and Planet Thrive. We have worked together through the summer on the MCS. My recovery has been simply AMAZING!

I went from one day asking my husband to take me to the hospital when he got home to now being able to sit in his office typing away on his computer. This was just one of many rooms in my house that was badly affecting me. I am happy to report that I had gone from sitting in my bedroom by myself isolated with the door closed for at least 6 weeks, even eating meals all alone to now after only 3 months to sit here without hardly a thought of being sick.

Congratulations to both BernieB and T-Can for their inspiring success story. You can read the full article My success story: Surviving MCS with FasterEFT on


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